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Zambia - Human poverty index (HPI)

42.2 in 2007

The HPI refers to deprivation in three essential elements of human life already refl ected in the HDI – longevity, knowledge and decent standard of living. The first, deprivation, relates to survival – the vulnerability to death at a relatively early age. The second relates to knowledge – being excluded from the world of reading and communication. The third relates to a decent living standard in terms of overall economic provisioning. Source : UNDP, Human Development Report.

Date Value Change, %
2007 42.2 -15.07 %
2006 49.7 0.00 %
2005 49.7 -8.33 %
2004 54.3 -1.72 %
2003 55.2 -7.94 %
2002 60.0 0.20 %
2001 59.9 25.75 %
2000 47.6

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